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Monday, 29 June 2015

Tips, Tools & Tactics: For Getting Your Book Reviewed by Kellie Sheridan

About the book:
Title: Tips, Tools & Tactics: For Getting Your Book Reviewed
Published byWeapenry (June 22, 2015)
Published onWeapenry (June 22, 2015)
Pages:  33
Genre: Non-fiction
Rating: 4/5
Blurb: Book reviews. They have the power to bring in new readers, increase your sales, grow your brand, and make an author’s career. But how do you go about not only getting your book reviewed, but getting thoughtful and worthwhile reviews that potential readers are likely to see? This guide will go over fifteen strategies to do just that!

About the author
Kellie has been in love with stories in all of their forms for as long as she can remember. Admittedly, sometimes that means falling into places like Stars Hollow and Sunnydale, but books have always been her true love.

Kellie spent part of her twenties living in Galway, Ireland and swooning after various lilting accents but is now back home in Ontario, Canada. Her family includes two Glen of Imaal Terriers and an Australian Labradoodle.

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My Review:

This book aims to apprise a budding author, or an author at any step in the publishing process for that matter, with some useful tips while getting reviews of the book.

The structure of the book is well laid-out, it starts by establishing the significance of reviews, good or bad for a book.
For someone who has a brilliant idea, and a great manuscript which is about to be published, this book will help ensure they do not lag behind on the marketing front.Getting reviews is a tricky job, and the plight of book bloggers is also brought to life. Brownie points for that.
Somethings might seem very obvious to us, while these may be things others often overlook, so I think going through the pages of this book will be worth the time when it pays back returns upon the sale of the book.

For someone who is a beginner in the industry, this appears insightful, for others like us, who have either been spectators, or active authors, editors, participants in the publishing scene, these are just confirmations of our observations.
Further, as the book claims itself that with the changing trends in the industry, the strategies too shall need to change.
So, if you are a writer, and plan to leave no stone unturned to ensue your book's success, do take tips from the book!

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1 comment:

  1. hi, Thank you for recommending this book! Like the way you have reviewed it.


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